Cloud-Application + SafeGuard Cyber: Better Together Stories
Secure Business Communications
Securing business communication is essential to success. Detect and respond, automate policy application, predict and analyze, and enhance visibility.
Slack has become an essential resource for collaboration in today's distributed workforce. SafeGuard Cyber helps you illuminate risks so your organization can use Slack safely.
Microsoft Teams is critical for collaboration in today's work from anywhere environment. SafeGuard Cyber enhances security for MS Teams meetings, chats, and users' accounts.
LinkedIn is a requirement for doing business and maintaining a presence in the marketplace. The widespread adoption of social media has made it an attractive attack vector for cybercriminals.
Salesforce is a SaaS customer relationship management platform that enables teams to collaborate from anywhere in the world and stay focused on business opportunities and strengthening customer relationships.
Zoom allows face-to-face meetings, messaging, and file sharing to take place from anywhere. SafeGuard Cyber runs continuously in the background, allowing you and your teams to apply advanced governance to Zoom.
Engagement is everything. With brands, executives, and employees all expected to have an active voice online, Twitter has become a requirement for doing business and maintaining a presence in the marketplace.
Collab, mobile chat, and social media cloud apps are increasingly utilized by businesses, but they slip through the gaps of traditional security platforms. SafeGuard Cyber enables businesses to adopt these modern tools while mitigating risk.
Prevent third-party risk, insider threats, ransomware, and social engineering attacks. Ensure consistent security and compliance policy application to Zoom meetings, IM chats, and users' accounts.
Learn how the SafeGuard Cyber platform works to keep your business secure and compliant while permitting the adoption of modern collaboration and communication cloud applications. Save money, reduce risk, enable growth, and above all SafeGuard Human Connections.
HumanSec: Jim Zuffoletti and Christopher Porter
SafeGuard Cyber CEO Jim Zuffoletti and Fannie Mae CISO Christopher Porter joined Cybercrime Magazine to discuss risks associated with the adoption of unsanctioned apps, attacks targeting the humans who use them, and the need to protect your employees and data.
Human Sec: Jim Zuffoletti and Paul Connelly
SafeGuard Cyber CEO Jim Zuffoletti and Paul Connelly, Chief Security Officer at HCA Healthcare discuss the growing need for protecting humans in their use of business-critical communication apps and defending against sophisticated adversaries.
Human Sec: Jim Zuffoletti
SafeGuard Cyber CEO Jim Zuffoletti joined Cybercrime Magazine to discuss how explosive adoption of social media, mobile chat & collaboration tools has heightened need for risk detection & response in securing human connections on digital channels.
Human Sec: Karen Kukoda and Todd Webber
SafeGuard Cyber VP of Strategic Partnerships, Karen Kukoda, and Todd Weber, CTO Americas at Optiv, joined the Cybercrime Magazine Podcast to discuss how cybersecurity partnerships benefit customers.
Human Sec: Otavio Freire and Dr. Jay
SafeGuard Cyber CTO Otavio Freire and Alissa Abdullah, PhD, Deputy CSO at Mastercard join Cybercrime Magazine to discuss the security concerns tied to the use of business-critical social media, collaboration & mobile chat apps.
Women Know Cyber: Karen Kukoda
SafeGuard Cyber VP of Strategic Partnerships, Karen Kukoda discusses her inspirational journey in the field of cybersecurity.
TD Ameritrade: Market On Close with Oliver Renick
As tech and finance executives headed to Washington, D.C. for a cybersecurity summit, CEO Jim Zuffoletti joined TD Ameritrade Network to explain why critical infrastructure resiliency and cloud security are likely to be key themes of the discussions.
Fox 26: Houston's Morning Show
CEO Jim Zuffoletti during FOX 26 Houston interview: A broad range of apps and platforms are being exploited by criminals. They range from social media to mobile chat and collaboration apps. They’re all being targeted as potential sources for attacks.
Speed is the Need: Securing New Working Environments Against New Cyber Risks
Today’s cybersecurity leaders face a two-front struggle: the rapid evolution of digital work environments and the exponential increase in cyberattacks. How security teams can adapt to both trends.
Ransomware: Evolving Threats & Digital Risks
As ransomware attacks increase, threat vectors are evolving and new strains weaponize the modern cloud infrastructure. This webinar addresses the evolving ransomware threat landscape and how to safeguard your infrastructure.
Vision and Voice: Removing Barriers for Women in Cybersecurity
Industry leaders discuss how women can attain better access to careers in cybersecurity. Key themes include mentorship, networking, learning from setbacks, and the willingness to take risks.
Cloud-Native Defense: Illuminating Ransomware, Insider Threats and Third-Party Risk
Jason Williams takes an in-depth look at digital risk, the current attack landscape, and what constitutes a robust cloud-native defense.